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  • Running toward better health, wellness

    When someone first hears about the 99th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Health and Wellness Center's six-week running program, they probably think of a program aimed only at improving an Airman's 1.5 mile run time. Don't be fooled by the program's title. The truth is, the Cardiorespiratory Endurance, Muscular Strength and Endurance, Flexibility, Body
  • Tattoos: Good, bad, permanent

    Tattoos are becoming more commonplace in today's society and therefore in the Air Force, which makes it important for Airmen to know what they are getting into before making a decision that will last a lifetime.Getting a tattoo can be a great way for someone to commemorate a moment in life that they find important or to help express that person's
  • FitFamily provides families tools for success

    It's that time of year again when people resolve to lose weight, get in shape and eat healthier, which takes dedication and determination.To help Airmen and their families achieve those goals, the Air Force offers the Air Force FitFamily initiative which encourages families to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. More than 20,000 family
  • As Nutrition Awareness month ends; eating healthy doesn't have to

    When people start eating, some start to wonder how many calories are in this and how much weight will be gained.Nutrition Awareness Month kicked off in March and dietitians are ready to answer people's questions on how to develop better eating habits."Nutrition awareness is important as this helps direct our food choices," said Lt. Col. Lisa Tauai,
  • Proper protection; no brainer

    Everyone experiences a hit to their head at some point in their life. After the event, some may be fine, but others might have sustained a traumatic brain injury.A traumatic brain injury is a blow, jolt, or bump to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain. According to the Brain Injury Association of

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